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lr. Wicjrand nion f tli
i;rv;it lialtN's in this war from
ihr ((iinan and Austrian ide
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SlAV V()i:K, March 1'.. "The
Ü.ittle i'ymj)hony nf Ix-atlT' is aloiit
lo hek'in on the wet front. The
titanic hrazen orchestra of many
es" is "tuning up" for w hat
may he the lm.il kittle melodv of i
the trf.it war. It- le'p hoarse l,el
lowing, nerve-racking roar, hatte
mi.- hurst--, rf'tidinc: crashi-s anl j
I ic' alo rattle, win tie ?ne last re
oiiiem to sound into the ear of
thousands of the hrave.
Tim im initiation cannot iictnre a
oat'lfin lattle such as that on the
S'.mme around Arras and the one
i ii i p-n ! : nn .
It must ! h'ard. for it
: diiejly noise and smoke. A
glimpse of it must he had to appre-
iat- lliJ's inferno war of to. lay
Slierman's fammi little "hell" was
.i mere c.unpiire in comparison,
l-'of days there has 1 een a "tun
up" and a "trin out" on the
front. First here
tit. First here, then there, j
.is the .nwsiM Himers of a Titan
were rimninir over the ".".('t-niile mil
It. 1 1 ' "Ue!-oaiii" between the SviS
lioider and tlie North sea. the guns
are 1-eiiiLT "landed."
"Muie" i Iinii'asing.
I tally The "inusie" js inciT.ising
in intiisity and growing in oIume. '
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I lit- I .i.i. i .'.iii.i .'i II.. 141'''.
Mini- of iter pt h roa t ed liionstfus s:et
,nto position ami take up tlmi- re-
Oeetixf not s of the "Sx 11 1 p Ii o 11 y of
I a t h."
The LTIe.it "battle ( . n d 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' of
the Germans has as t not taken
' i . - ''.nt. Tim brazen orchestra of
ba:h lieiiiur sot into "tune" for
1 1 ; 1 1 1 . When it is whipped iti,o baiie
' "! i " in sei tor ial units and the
-tors jn unison and aLTain split up
r co :e e n t ! a t e. when every ;un is
it- j lace and tnt rv divis.on in
!"v,t1(.m Htniienburg will .-tip into
place and. t 1 ur t ! ra t i e 1 speaking,
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To-! b'tri heirit fei m War.
!i.e t.ntli w 1 1 1 tremi'le f i im Sw it -land
Jo the sea The tuinble and
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internal between. The ilefn ations
.r. 1 .?r. ,! !( IlOt.l W III "1 Tlie
'.loan- f.T -t cave i! tfe name ,,f
"T:omi:n tfm r" "-ir-.;m ' re " It
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GRAFT AT CAMP CUSTER
SAID TO HAVE NETTED
PAIR S1.000 A DAY
I r t r f .i t i m 1 Neu. Srrie:
'AMI rrsTi:!, Mich.. March F.
i Department of ju.stice agents to
jdiy are making: an investigation in
(the cases of ('apt. Ralph A. Pillin
' uer. son of a wealthv Chicago eon-
traitor, and Kalph Windhoi .Vi, civil
ian contractor, said to be the ton
of a' retired Cincinnati business man.
: Jspirins to defraud th" government.
The men. v ho are held witliotit
bonds, are alleged to have cleaned
Ut 100,) (IiV pach for f,ve "
by obtaining brokers' commissions in
r''"-rtf'" the muidim? or a
$ l.f'OO.OOo extension to the canton-
ALLIES REPUDIATE
TREAT!
Versailles Council Asserts War
Will Go on Until Prussia
is Crushed.
international News Service:
LoNImiX, March 19. Virtual re-
i pudiation of the peace treaty effected
between the Russian bolshevik! and
the central empires is contained in
the
oflicial statement issued by the
'supreme war council of the allies at
; Versailles. France. The statement,
' which was made public through the
: foreign othee. makes it plain that
'the war will im on until Prussian
! milita'ri-m is rushed and the crimes
I which r ive been committed by CJer-
tna ny a re righted.
I It is- pointed out plainly that the
1 Russians, after the collapse of their
t'ihtinK power, were duped and led
j into a trap by the Jcrmans. Under
a suise of "self determination." thejeome effective April was evident
Jermans sent their armies into Rus- today. Prewery and saloon lnter
ian territory, afterwards throwing est.s at Fort Wayne have brought
j off the mask and showing plainly ! suit there to enjoin Levi Todd, pros
Jthat they meant nothing more than j ecuting attorney for Allen county,
! annexation of Russian soil. i from enforcing the law; the ?0
The declaration of the war council
not with the heartiest approbation
on eery hand today.
ASKS $15,000 DAMAGES
FOR INJURIES TO LIPS
1 1 I r ici t i.ai.i 1 Sens Service:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind..
March 1'.'.
kit .
nas nrougni sun nere ior
damages against the Merchants I
Heat and Liirht Go. and the Krai k
Pird Transfer Go. and Frank i-Z. !
I'ausset. driver for the Iig lit colli-j
I'.itiy. He asset ts his injuries result- '
cd from a collision t. .".. last yea r
of a repair truck driven by I'ausset I
and the Pird company taxicab it) j
which h- wa riding. The Rev. j
SAadener formerly was pastor i
the Fiist M. I'., church at Marion. I
WILSON WANTS POWER
WHEN CONGRESS ADJOURN
.xneiTiu ; mai injuries io ms npl that the supreme court will uphold
affected his speaking powers, the t!l0 iaw as pa;,s,d bv the last legi
Lev. Madison Swadener. Methodic j atlire is evident in the action of
minister and one of the national I the prohibition partv in selecting
speakers of the Anti-Saloon leagu, j j,t ji the (1;iV the state is to be-
1,...:,,,!;,! Vh. N-ni.,.: ' Schmitfs attorney probatdy will
WASHINGTON. March Cv jhave their briefs before the supreme
I't.vt 'i!s,.rvi ii'iip. t in u io.' tii! court this week.
enactment, of an act giving him
; lroad powers in the conduct of the
i w ar is tli.it he mav
be under m
l ha cd ica p fol lovvim
the adjourn-
mnt of congress. probably ne t
Juiv. This was made plain by S o .
J. Hanvlton Lewis. democ ra iio
w hip. in i ominentiT.g todav on his
conference with t It president e--
terday.
-Police Precautions in
Berlin Are Redoubled
lit-: ti.i t i-.ii.i ! New - ?
a.msti:pda.i.
though diorder
and eisewha'ti- in
i-ri ! :
Mat ii
1?. AI -
atl"i!lg in
Germanv
Berlin
hav
!
1 i t en oi t pi--"ie nature, travelers
torn the frontier today
redoubled police piecac-
i il l 1 i ' ' 1 h
1 lobi of th.
tie:." which are being
Gt i man capital.
taken in the
At
the
w ith
te .-lightest sun of Ttoubie
lerhu police are reinforce 1
soldier- and one traveler told
ni- ttia d hVi"- seeing tvt companies of machine
gun soldi rs around the royal cas
tle The were supported by 2 m.".
chir.e K'ibs mounted at strategic
pou ts to sweep all approaches.
Follow in.: the recent lisordträ
I rom
A I e
lai'or t:(cjbi-s u "oiduq,
removed, but preparations are
COURT TO HEAR
PLEAS III PH
CASE APRIL 2
Dl CWCI y INICI ill fUl I
Wayne Take Action to Pre
vent Enforcement of Law.
Il.te: n.i t'h'i;il News S'rvi e :
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., .March
10. Airil 2, the day the state
wide prohibition law is to be
come effective, today was set
for oral arguments in the su
preme court In the suit of the
I V. Cook Hrewing Co.
auainst lOduar Schmitt. Kvans
ville chief of police, to test the
constitutionality of the law.
One hour for argument was
granted each side. March 2?,
was set for filing appellants'
briefs and March 2S for the
tiling: of the appellees' briefs.
Injunction proceedings. either
already filed or in the course
of preparation in various "wet"
counties, indicated today that
the brewery and liquor interests
will make a determined fi?rht
against the enforcement of the
statewide law.
Intematiop'-l N"evs Scrvic:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., March 15.
Inegal steps to obtain an early de
cision in the supreme court in the
case of the P. W. Cook lirewing Co.
of i:ansville to test the constitu
tionality of the state-wide prohibi
tion law were in prospect today.
Counsel for th. liquor interests and
the state both were preparing to
join hands in seeking early action.
That brewery interests through
out the state intend to make a de
cided fight against enforcement of
the law which is scheduled to be-
' sa loonkeepers in I.afaJiette are pre-
paring to take similar action, and
injunction papers are being pre
pared at Anderson, in behalf of all
the saloonkeepers In Madison coun
ty Marion county brewers and liquor
men also are understood to be pre
paring to contest the law.
Irjs Convene April 2.
On the other hand, confidence
come dry. for the opening of its
state convention here. The "dry"
party picked the date to celebrate
tie"' victory of the anti-saloon forces.
Charles F. Gox, one of a ntimher
of attorneys for ehe Cook brewer..,
is preparing a motion asking the
supreme court to advance the cause
just appealed from the "a ndr Im rg
superior court, fix a time for tiling
of briefs and set a date for ora'
arguments. Atty. den. Mansbury. I
counsel for Ldgar Sehn itt. Fvans- j
alle chief of police, who i defend- j
ant in the action, will join the "wet"
attoruevs in seeking early action.
' Action in I nd i ana poll-.
conference was held here y s-
1 terd.iv. it is understood, between
1 Alvah pucker, prosecuting attorney
and Indianapolis brewery and saloon
interests, in whic h it was planned
I t o make Backer a defendant in in-
jure tion proceedings in the event it
' i thought the lvansville case will
' nct be decided before April
1 being made to return them fr the
J May day j'eriod w hen another bU
i strike movement is threatened ii.
Germany.
The German people are exper
iencing keen food shortage now an 1
no hope is held out for next montti,
but it was stated that there i-- lit
tie hup; of a collapse from privation
yet.
i
As one traxeler put it: "If the
j Germans get a pood sound lickiug
! it will do more to defeat them than
the privations from food scarcity.
The German people, especially the
oMiors are heartily s-ic k of wxir and
fighting."
; There i much f.-od ptofiteering
ii Berlin which has aroused mur i
i
; diM onten. but r.o open ojtbical:
' of dangerov s proportions.
Pres't Wilson Signs
Daylight Saving
Measure Tuesday
Ii ternationa! NV Service:
V A M 1 1 . ( TO N , March I.
Irvs't Wilson this afternoon
iiunl the ilayliht Ntvin hill
vvlierchy it is cxiMN-totl tliat
many millions cf dollars will
U' eoiis'ruil in Iho pi'c'par
tions for war. No cvremonios
of any kind attended the final
act that lines the United states
up with practically all the lai
roKau tuitions in iin inan
kind an hour more if daliht
tliroushut the summer.
Under oiHration of the law
all cloeks will le set firward
an hour at - a. in. on the morn
ing r Mart h IM. At the eiul of
Oetolier they will Ik. turne!
haek one hnir.
IN THREE PARTS
Gen. Von Gallivitz Joins Rup
precht and Crown Prince
in Command.
International News Service:
AMSTERDAM, March lt. The
mention of Gen. von Gallwitz in the
German war otliec reports as to
1 fighting on the western front indi
cates that the German armies on
that battle line have been split up
into three groups.
For more than a year the western
front armies were dividtd in two
groups, one being commanded hy
Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria, and
the other by the German Grown
prince. The command of Rupprecht
extended from the isne river front
to the North sea, while the armies
of the crown prince occupied the
line from the Abne to the Swiss
frontier.
The German war office reports in
dicate that von Gallwitz has been
put in command of the German
troops on the Woevre plain and in
the Yosges mountains:
There are Amrricin troops m
part of the old French line in the
Woevre and in the foothills of the
Vosges.
DEVISE PLAN TO USE
EVERY INCH SHIP SPACE
iillei nut i.acil News Ser i-e :
WASHINGTON. March
American ingenuity has scored
again in the lace for ocean tonnage.
GERMAN L NE NOW
A plan is now under way to save,kane ;tn,i Seattle I. W. W. headejuar-
one snip-- tarso space in eveiv .ivo
by tilling in the void between round
case and barrels in the ships holds
with bears, rice, coarse flour, hor
feed and even dried fruit. This has
been worked out to the cubic inch
by the bureau of standards by the
department of commerce and in a
i report submitted to the war trad
j board, shipping board and the foo l
administration. Director Stratton
shows that every ship loaded with
cylindrical containers, carries n
Percent void on its passage across
5.,
Atlantic.
DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY
PLANNED FOR STATE
Ii Tei national News s.-rvi-o:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Match p..
At a meeting of the democratic
state committee today id. ins will b
eonsidere 1 for the issuance of a
demo-, r-atie weekly paper during th?
forthcoming campaign. The papr
will be circulated through the in
i diana Democratic lea cue of which
( Palph Moss is director. Plans for
j the primary in May and general or
ganization plans also will com op
fere the committee session.
coMMirrri: to rix pi:k i.
I iiTernall.'ii il News Scrrl-:
WASHINGTON. March V.'. The
appointment of a prire-tixing Oo tu
rn itt e to fix prices of all raw ma
! terials used by the government
in
it- war preparation- wa announced
by the
today.
council of national tiefen.
KILI.r.H in r.xi.i.
Ii Tn.'i t it 'tu I Nw s Sorvi :
j WASHINGTON. Mareh 1?.
: Francis t'lliott Iandon. F. S N .
i electrician, was killed in a fall fror .
:a seaplane, at Miami. Fla., yester-.
dav. the raw dejartmer.t an
' noaticed "day. London enlisTeel o r
a year a-.b civ inj; as hi- next -!
I iLirfi, Land on, It o.x bur v. Mass.
k: !1
UNITED STATES IS
IRKING TIME ON
SHIPPING SEIZURE
All Arrangements Perfected
But Holland is Allowed Time
to Accede to Demands.
I Infnrn-if iari'il V w j SaPvIc ?
WASHINGTON, March The
American government today contin
ued its "?o slow" policy in regard
to the seizure of Dutch shipping
lying in American harbors. As the
dav wore on officials let it be known
that still further advices from!
abroad would t ome in before any- j
t V i n ( ii-itilil I .o ftnnß t Ii -i t eonlil i i e I
Illing II ' ' -1 1 V. I ' V II V I 1 V. ..VW - .J V .V
construed as precipitate action. AH
arrangements for the taking over f
the shiis had been perfected, but
there was a general tendency to al
low Holland every opportunity to
accede to the allies' demands con
sistent with no display of change of
determination.
I'tiuviI I'ii I'll i er- V"r-l
..all"'! Vr. IB. i
War trade hoard officials said j
that further dispatches from Amer- 1
ican representatives at both London
and The Hague were momentarily
expected and that it was hoped that
some delinite word would come from
the Dutch government. There it ;
was explained that plans for seizure!
of the ships by the navy at noon to
day were not considered because of
the possibility that a feAv hours lat- j
er the flash might come that Hoi- ,
land hail agreed to the arrangement '
suggested by the allies. This did
not mean that any counter propos -
a is wouiti lie consioereu. it was ox- '
plained, but simply giving Holland
all the time possible
to avoid the!
step firmly determined upon by the
allies unless The Hague accedes.
Minister Phillipps. Holland's en
voy here, said he had no new word
from the foreign oflice and doubted
if he would receive anv.
I. W. W.'S LEAVE YAKIMA
WHEN ONE IS TARRED
Iiitei'n;iti"i).il News Service:
YAKIMA. Wash.. March 1 :.
Members of the I. W. W. are leav
ing the Yakima country today fol -
lowing ine lar an ieamering or n.
I. Myers, secretary or the "local"
here early this morning. Citizens
escorted Mvers a mile out of town.
Save him warm tar and plenty of
feathers and sent him on his way,
telling him to let his friends know
that the same treatment would be
accorded others if they were found
in the fruit country.
Myers, believing The molt of cit
izens was .uoim: to lynch him, said
he had been forced into hi work
1,. : . i . . . i r- - i .
under threat of death and that Spo
- terf wert. Ilis,tini. up tllfl ril0nev
j Mlpp,,rt the organization "work"
j t, f it , . oountrv
to
in
EXTENSIVE RAIDING IS
REPORTED BY BRITISH
1 It I I n a t i-'II. 1 1 N-v s Service;
LONDON. March 1 Fxtensiv e
raiding activities were reported bv
the British war office today.
Near Ncun Chapelle the Portit
gus tarried out a successful raid
; penetrati-m a German trench and
capturing some prisot.ers and two
machine guns.
thr iiilied forc'-s made a num
: ber of su cevsful raids hi the sector.
! of Villers Gnislain. the Be is Grenier
i and La "a( querie, capturing a n;:m-
ber of prisoners.
Thtce German raid" were r
' pv.Ned in various sectors. In the
i Ypres sector of the West Flanders
' front the enemy artillery was very
! active.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
If yuu arc paving more than 12 cents a week for Tha
New$-Time$ delivered-to you seven papers. incluJinir Sun
slay pear this in mind. That 12 cents a week i the regular
price of The News-Times delivered at your home r ni:e,
in South Bend or Mishawaka, seven days, including Sunday.
It has come to our notice that several boys are Torkiii? up
lists of their own. charcrinc: 12 cents for the ix dailies, and
live cents extra for Sunday. It is unwarranted, and without
our authority. Order our paper from The News-Times
direct and crct the regular price. Bell phone 21 en; Hi. me
1151.
Morning and Sunday or Evening and Sunday, 12 Cents
for the Week.
G
R
er many
! Asked by White Russia
International Ni m; STvie: j niany's peace terms to l Js-:a were
THH liA'iri:, March 1. -v j defended in a speech wh.. h C'".:nt
deputation representing White Ilussia ! XoM H. rtlin. the Cerman - haneol
called upon the Herman uo -eminent j (,r ,:1;,de ti th rei- listair on Moti
requestim; that Cerman aid 1 -e eM j (Jit v ;i ,iIpat,-ii from lb-rlln
the people. of White Iiusi-t
h an mdepeiiiient cro'ern-
t
nu nt. hut t Petition vn s refiisr,, j
! riccordifv- t a iisi);itcli frnin Hf-rlin
i today.
White Russia is that district
of the empire lyimr between I'o
lantl. Finlaml and Fkrainia. As
it is und'r the (ontrol of the
bfdsheviki. who have concluded
jcace with Oermany. the seiise
of the dispatch is not plaiti.
However, it is indicated that the
burgeois (the a nti-bolshevik i
invited th Germans to enter the
district for some purpose or
other.
, i;-;s (tlHl.M
TI'.K.MS TO Itl'ssl .
interruitian.il New Servi
AMSTERDAM. March 1?. Ger-
HOLDS ATTENTION
Senatorial Contest is in Real-
ity a Referendum
cn the War.
j
. tPniatiu:il N,tts S(M.xi
MADISON'. Wis. March 1 The
1Mjliliral uf lht MilUon ;n'f' "-
day watcmng Wisconsin speci il
senatorial primary election. Because
of the loyalty issue at- stake it is r.'-
fe'arded as the most impoitant'prm:
ary electicr. in the history of the
state.
The polls opened early today ar d
excitement ran liiu-h th roughoul the
state.
Only seeondarily a battle of can-
didates, he contest is primarily a
referendum on the war. I
Fvery vote- for Irvine I,. I.enroot.
i lovalist republican, will be regarded i
! a
rebuke for Li Follette. Fve;y
Vote cast for .lames Thompson, his J
republican opponent, will be eonsid- ;
- a , n.I.n.m.n.Kl n f I I . . I 1 . f c. I
.1. till . MO IM III' III 'l 1 .Jlilll,
and all he stands for on the war.
While ; big vote is predicted by
leaders of ad parties, the impassable
condition t the roads makes th'i 1
country vot- an uncertain quantity,
latxir for laiies.
An lltn hour dev eloprnent in th-
campaign is the action of a mini - i
ber of prominent laiior leader? i'l
announcing Their support of Joseph
Davies. democrat, whos- nominatio.i j
over Dr. Charles McCarthy is ex- !
pected by iiany leading democrat-.
These mr n say they are supportin '
Davies because lie gave great ser
vice to labo w hile a member of th. j
federal trade commission. 1
Both Davies. who resigned tlm!
cha irina nshi p of Th" fMlral trad '
commission to enter the senatorship
battle, and Mei'arThy stand on loy-
' alty platforms
Supporters of I.enroot say that
every vote cast fr Victor L. IP:--i;er,
socialist u nopp s d I will be
vote for th" immediate recall of
American troops from France.
PBOBi: AVIATOIFS 1)1 ATM.
! i; t rn a 1 5 n a 1 New S.: i :
F(BT WORTH, Tex.. March i:'.
Aviation otficial"- todav- ar conduct
ing an inv estigittion into the death
of Cadet A' iator Flli B. Watts .f
Portland, re.. and the serious in
jury to )n instructor. Capt. B. '.
Drake, royal flying corps. Their
aeroplane fill :pii feet a they wte
doing the ".-j. inning nose dive."
llAHCnnMCIIil patti r TA
vviuuuivuiiu um ILL I vu
!
i
Aid
erases
j t0liay
The chancellor said he would n
I discuss the opinions of the R:;
isians adding that, if any
' i lit' .
! left Rus-ia. "it would be of their
own aceoru. ;
The I'liancelb-r went on io say'
that the whole eaM'-rn lin- wou!d be
restored if the reichstag would
ratify the Rus.-. -German peace .
treaty.
The representatives nf the Pan-I
German irroup heered the chancd-
bu 's decla rat ion. !
Sjicaking on the peneral situation, j
I'ount von Hertling said that thei
allies dil not show any disposition'
to conclude tile war. ending up with i
the stock phrase of German states-;
nianship that "responsibility for
continuation of the war would rest :
on Germany's enemies."
Maj. Donovan and Lieut. Col.
Tinley Distinguish Them
selves in Action.
I lite ni u t ieii.i 1 Nens Service:
WITH Till: AM HKICAX AliMVj
IN I'RANGi:. March 1 7. I Delayed j
Maj. William J. Donovan, of Buf
falo and Lieut. Col. Matthew A.
Tinley. of Council Bluffs, la., both
connected with infantry units on the
Luneville front, have been awarded
the French war cross and have been
cited, for bravery in French army
orders.
Maj. Donovan "showed brilliant
military qualities notably on the 7th
and Mb of Match during violent
bombardments and ave a remark-
able example of bravery
and pres-
ence of mind."
Lieut. Col. Tinley "during a io-j
lent h.nu ha nimcnt and fnciiiy at- i
tack, directed with coolness amlj
icaimness ierensi. rations, ami
thanks to the brilliant way in which!
, tM(U
er.-
were given before and
ti'-'ht. succeeded in keep
i(j...-jng th
ing the lins intact, despite th- ef
forts of the enemy who was aided
by powet fill ai tillerv ." .
Artillery Continue".
Heavv artillery tiring onTirmed on
Saturday, the Germans U"ing some
of their bi-rircs? projectiles. The
enemy lire was especially heavy
against the positions of Ames ican
batteries.
J ). tail" of th- ra ;d vv hu h the G r
mans loade on Saturdav morning
are now at band. Til' attack was
made against the Anotican-' imht
wing' in the Ton sector after a . io
lent bom 1 ia id merit . n!v a t-w If-r-
lilalis were- abb To enter The Aruf'"
ica n lilies, iiovvev r.
Th' G'T sua n s i:a b n u
sb, 11-- lavi"hly e n the sectors
L'in will" .and r.orth of T 1 1
tiled" of these sl:e',!s haV
thrown into th- .meiiati
:ng
I s
t
Hllli
bee n
os.tion
m-rthvet st of T
o.i.
VICE TRAFFIC HARD HIT
AT FORT HARRISON
Il tern.itieii.i! N'e'A " Servi" , :
IN DIA XA P BIS. Ind.. March
1
-The f.-t of tli- department, of ju--tie
todav ame down hard on vie;
Trathe at Fort Benjamin Harri- a
when it 1 eeatnc known that f' d-ral
authorities will br'mj th" f.Tl
itr r.'th " f the law 'o pla to u- l
out e il at tla army post. Ar. -liounc-
me nt of th pnv ernmer.t's 1 -tf
r.tion was tuade after th arr t
of two women
a
red
to have
n.
di"rs in
i
uildm- at the fort a r. l
L-ie:i tla-ni liq-or. The w,.:uu we.-e
artest.) n warrants is.- d f r-ri
th" o?; of Mark Str,r-n. Fibt" 1
States marsh-!. Hr-after. it brt-eam-
k rown. v k-" tratH- krs ca u pat
at tlie army po-t or within a ra din
of tive inib-s -f th- r eservation w II!
be 1 ro i'-ii: before Fnited
s ; a e -j
'"'imi!ii-'i'M!':r. T.ia! iriv-r'
aid in tie- trafa- a'-- w;b v-
to f ! th- VW ll of the law. ;
der a r d
: Wh")
mi i?
t 7-;ii
i 1 1 : i
I.O-s tiiHinai.
I i.f.-rt- )t !-..- ! .-w "."-v;.- :
pkltj: i i.''i:!:. Mo .
. ! e i ! '. Tela v 'V-
M,
1 . ; ', ! " T ! ' ' ' i - : n " " - S e , ; ' f I
. : s own Th 1oh et itt: F-j
I , r... r.- a. Th' aa-e is u n k no wn.
ft
0 AMERICANS
H.! WAR CROSS
BE LAUNGHEO
FE
S
Will Provide For America's
War Expenses and Loans
to Allies During Com
incj Year.
1 1. Set 1: :i t l"'l 1 I Nes S.e i- e
WASi II N't IT 'N. Mar. h 1 '. A
billion dollar bond 1 1 1 1 i- on li.c ...i
ministration -a.i". s oi- i
launched upon c'üit- w.t'on th
nXt t'eW das. aiioiiiiug !" .!.i
reaching; tip tai-ito! -. Ta fill
is intended to nroid" mom '. pV
Amerit a's war evp. us. - and to b
Used in further loans to :!,. al. :.-.
The exatt an.ount f tf- tol w.l!
dejit-nd upon the nici- of tii-- a'l.- -.
who have b-n askd t" "täte wb:t
loans th-' Will reij:,i;-e this a:.
The question of ; n t ! -t i it - on
the new bonds promi-e" to nlin
the consideration of t!;e :.)il ;m
congress. Wh thev to m iir.l.un the
rate of the last Libtrtv bomi- j,.
cent r whc!h!" to in:a-'- tf.
rate to will pr.baM !. to-.-hr
o'lit, in debate.
Th- treasui.v ! ej .t i t n i i . : ; -ioUS
to have tb.e bji -.a--.,! b '..:
the next L:bei ty Io., n. It b "
authrity to i-.-a1 . :'. '. t,, io:!i
of bonds under existing liw. I. .t it
wants the limit ons;d'i a bl iai-.!.
according to senators ar,-l ! pr. " :.
tatives in cii.t rg of tin a m ia !
lation.
FOUR FIREMEN HURT
WHEN FIRE TRUCK
STRIKES STREET CAR
Iillein.-itl.ill.il .N.'" e- i. .
M FN ' I i Ind.. M.r. h ! F. .r
firemen veere inj i 1. :: pi..; -ably
fataüv. here tod.i, w m n a
motor- track i i -pohiinm to a a
alarm, coih.l. ii with a s!r, , c . r.
William Duibgan. one of t;,.- : r . -men.
is in hosjntal and i- i'-.- V
to be i p. ing. Tbori. a- l:.d d- ;
of th tl'i'ck. sjf 1 !,! b,d.en
leg and two other ta -ii-n w i
seriously hurt. !: w, .-aid t !,
motorma l f The ar a i ! ! 1 1 1 a i 1
speed aero-- ;, f;.ij i, , . .. ; , . i
ahead of th t"ik at .f th" ' .
sion i snlt'-d. Fas-, i., ,,m t!.. -anl
the ere w vs : i a d ; -! . i . , :
t' Tai t h a r w ' "'!. d o r .
W'T'1 "eriouslv i. art. Tl r.ei;
e-jrr-d oppos.je th" :'!
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